Alleged accomplice of St. Petersburg metro terrorist act: “I was issued”
Abror Azimov admitted his guilt at the trial saying that he gave the suicide bomber Akbarzhon Jalilov a command to undermine.
During the hearing at the Moscow Basmanny Court, 26-year-old Abror Azimov, the alleged accomplice of the terrorist act in the St. Petersburg metro, admitted his guilt in full. According to the accused, he was the last interlocutor of the suicide bomber Akbarzhon Jalilov and gave the command to undermine.
"My participation was indirect, I did not realize what I was doing, I was issued," Life cited Azimov.
As the CrimeRussia previously wrote, the Basmanny Court sentenced Abror Azimov, whom the investigation considers implicated in the explosion in the St. Petersburg metro, to a custody for a month and a half. Azimov said that he helped terrorists, but was not aware of their plans.
According to the FSB, Azimov "prepared a suicide bomber" Akbarzhon Jalilov, who on April 3 blew up a bomb on a stretch between the stations Sennaya Ploshchad and Technologichesky Institut. Victims of the terrorist attack became 15 people, more than 60 were injured.
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